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Federal Hiring Freeze and Government Restructuring Affects Students

In this CitrusTV News story, I spoke to Syracuse University students and staff to find out how the federal hiring freeze affected their career trajectories. You can read the Office of Management and Budget’s full memo here.

Cripping the Comic Con

“Cripping” the Comic Con was hosted by SU’s Disability Cultural Center to embrace disabilities and create a space for acceptance.

Syracuse University Hill & Dad

My day break wandering led me to the Syracuse University Hill at 6am this morning. The only people roaming the streets at this hour are police officers, doctors, and nurses. 558 more words

Jill Wilson

  • High School: Fayetteville-Manlius, Class of 2012

Jill Wilson’s dream is to earn a master’s degree in Nutrition Science from Syracuse University. OCC’s Hospitality Management program is helping her make that dream come true. 125 more words

Onondaga Community College

Book by Herrington J. Bryce ’66 PhD (Econ) addresses burdens on government, in light of infrastructure and environmental needs

Herrington J. Bryce’s new book, Nonprofits as Policy Solutions to the Burden of Government, has been published by De Gruyter, an independent academic publisher.The book is addressed to policymakers and administrators at all levels of government who are faced with growing needs for large expenditures particularly in infrastructure and other hard assets but a diminishing capacity or willingness to finance these through compulsory taxes and larger and larger governments.   83 more words

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Fortney: Long or short, the Flames' playoff run is a morale boost for city

They’re wearing their Flames, Oilers, Leafs, Senators and Canadiens jerseys to the office. Flaming Cs are appearing on the windows of bars and restaurants; and Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson just challenged the other four Canadian mayors whose teams are in the running to grow playoff beards — to which Mayor Naheed Nenshi replied with a crack that doubted his Edmonton counterpart’s ability to grow one. 605 more words

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